A Scottish Christian Heritage
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A Scottish Christian Heritage  -     By: Iain H. Murray

A Scottish Christian Heritage

Banner of Truth / 2006 / Hardcover

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For 300 years a school of evangelical Christianity changed Scotland as a nation. Passing on the evangel of the Reformation, and growing stronger in persecution, it turned a people to the Bible, and finally gave many of its best sons and daughters to the ends of the earth. For fidelity, joyful perseverance in hardship, and improbable advance, the record remains a witness to the faith that overcomes the world. Iain Murray's narrative explores this rich heritage and underlines its remarkable relevance for our own day. While not a Scottish Church history, this is a gripping introduction to the many glorious successes, and some of the painful failures of the church, from the days of John Knox to those of Horatius Bonar. As various recent publications have indicated, Scotland exercised an influence on world history out of all proportion to its size. But the real reason for this has been obscured. It will be found here, however. And in the discovery of it the reader will be introduced to a wealth of little-known literature that is a vital part of the inheritance of the whole Christian church.

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Title: A Scottish Christian Heritage
By: Iain H. Murray
Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 416
Vendor: Banner of Truth
Publication Date: 2006
Weight: 1 pound 5 ounces
ISBN: 085151930X
ISBN-13: 9780851519302
Stock No: WW51930X

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For 300 years a school of evangelical Christianity changed Scotland as a nation. Passing on the evangel of the Reformation, and growing stronger in persecution, it turned a people to the Bible, and finally gave many of its best sons and daughters to the ends of the earth. New from Iain Murray, this is a gripping introduction to the glorious successes and painful failures of the church from the 16th through 19th centuries. Captivating true stories of fidelity, joyful perseverance in hardship, improbable advance and a faith that overcomes the world.

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